Category Archives: PT

Pediatric Therapy Corner: 5 Tips to Help Children to Cooperate

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Do you ever find yourself thinking I wish this group of kids could just get along better?  Maybe it is during a group therapy session, a play date, recess or siblings that could benefit from some … Continue reading


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Pediatric Tx Activities of the Week: Kids Activities on a Vertical Plane

[Source:  Lalymom] Welcome to another week of Fine Motor Fridays! Today I’m sharing a collection of kids activities on a vertical plane.   Recently I watched an EdWeb educational webinar about Fine Motor Skills by Marianne Gibbs of Write Out of the … Continue reading


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Special Olympics Underway In Los Angeles

[Source: Disability Scoop] LOS ANGELES — Tens of thousands turned out Saturday for the opening ceremony of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The event got underway about 6:30 p.m. with stilt walkers and … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Improving Trunk Control During Child Development

by Nathan Gendelman, Enabled Kids In terms of physical development, the trunk is the king of the body. In order to maintain a certain position or to move properly, we must be able to control our trunk. Trunk control also … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: 5 Tips to Stay Organized During the School Year

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Although the start of the school year can feel like a ways off, the best time to prepare is when you actually have some time to do it.  Rather than scramble during the start of the … Continue reading


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